Yes, but really you can't truly hate someone without having once loved them intensely. The other emotions that resemble hate don't hurt as badly.
Um, YES. I think that there is a very fine line between the two and what separates them is fear.
No, actually I believe not if you truly love someone. You can however have feelings of anger that become confused with hate. It is natural to become angry with those we love, as well as disappointed, frustrated, infuriated, confused and so on. Yet, a mature love never allows hate to enter.<br />
If a person is inclined to answer yes to this question, one would have to question the depth of love of the relationship.
I don't think so...I think you can love someone, yet hate their actions....but not love and hate at the same time.....there is a fine line between the two....but, there is a line.
yea. my mom said that "love is when you hate a person enough to not stand them but love them enough to not keep them away."
Yep :) I loved my last partner but I hated him so much because he did so many stupid things...
"I hate you but I love you—I can’t stop thinking of you."
you can feel a moral or ethical responsibility to "love" certain people (such as a parent) but secretly hate them because they were or are abusive. just as an example.
Yep, and there's a special term for them called "Mom and Dad". Although sometimes they're also called ' Brother' or "Sister" <br />
Love and/or hate is also not the only terms we use with these odd people. "Confused", "disappointed by' and "ashamed of" are also terms we use for them <br />
They usually answer to "Whoops' "uh-oh" or "He/she's going to kill me.." And usually show up at the very worst possible time. <br />
The ancients tried to come up with an answer to these strange creatures, but the best they could do was make a suggestion to honor the 'Mother' and 'Father", but most people closely tied with these mysteries still had trouble with the idea, and thus said advice was put in the hands of a higher authority, who made it a commandment since HE knew that NO ONE could do so naturally. About such problem creatures known as 'Big/Little Brother/Sister", even God couldn't come up with a good answer, I'm afraid..
Sure...........why not?<br />
There is a fine line between the two.<br />
Haven't you ever heard *Love, Hate* relationship?
Yep..at either end of the same powerful energy...in between them is the ref (you) making the decisions to which you will choose at any given time....
Speaking literally or mentally, no. It's almost impossible to concentrate on 2 things at the same time. But you can bounce back and forth between the 2 in a split second.<br />
Speaking figuratively, sure. I've been loving and hating my ex g/f since we broke up about a year ago. She was mentally & emotionally controlling and broke it off out of the clear blue. For that, and my lack of understanding "why", I hate her.<br />
But if she were to call tomorrow needing something, the love I feel for her would prompt me to try and help her.
Oh Yes!!!! Absolutely.